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The new RLC Museum in Worthy Down is open to the public. 

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With military history on display, from Agincourt to the present day, including Monty’s D-Day Rolls Royce, a range of military horse-drawn and motorised logistic vehicles, uniforms, weapons, medals and much more; this fascinating and unique museum gives visitors an insight into how the British Army was moved, supplied and sustained over the centuries.

Tuesday to Saturday 0930 to 1600 (last entry at 15:30)

Free entry and car parking

Worthy Down, Winchester, SO21 2RG

Due to the ongoing high level of COVID-19 transmissions, the RLC Museum has decided to maintain COVID-19 measures.  Whilst there is no longer a requirement to book a place to visit the museum, there remains a requirement to wear a mask, keep socially distanced and sanitise your hands.

Please read our Covid-19 Policy here.

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The South’s newest visitor attraction

The new RLC Museum near Winchester will allow much more of the RLC’s unique collection to be displayed and has many interactive displays, a small cinema, a cafeteria and work rooms. With activities for children, uniforms to try on, puzzles to complete and many things to see and do, The RLC Museum provides a great day out for both young and old.

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The Royal Logistic Corps

The RLC Rowing Club recently had five rowers selected to represent the Army at the Joint Service Regatta held in Peterborough. Lt Jack Aldridge (ATO Cse) and Maj Charlie Peterson (ARRC) won both won their races in coxed fours, while 2Lt Jamie Wastling (150 Regt RLC), Pte Ben Smith (158 Regt RLC) and Lt Col Nicola Roberts (Army HQ) all came second in their various races. A great performance from the RLC crowd topped off by a ceremony at which the Army's new boat was named after Brig Adam McRae MBE (DA Iraq) - the President of both RLC and Army rowing.#BritishArmyLogistics #WeAreTheRLC ... See MoreSee Less